Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Oil Level in a JETTD-2021 21L 240V motor Compressor.
Normally it should be level with the top of the hole that leads into the main casting when viewed from a fill plug that is horizontal/parallel to the floor located near the bottom of the compressor body- much like a lawn mower engine oil level.
On those where the filler is located in the side of the main casting, the level should be even to the bottom edge of the fill hole.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks John, I appreciate your input.The plastic filler cap has a small plastic protrution past the screw thread. It doesn't look like an actual dipstick and I'm told this is the genuine screw cap for the motor oil filler hole. Would to the bottom of the protrusion be a safe bet for the oil level do you think? My concern is overfilling it with oil and blowing out a seal or siezing the motor. Thank you again, I appreciate your time and advice, Cam"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
either by the sight glass half full or by the dipstick touching the line on the dipstick (fillerplug) get back to me if need more info
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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